Poor old Goosie, she lost her mate last year and hasn't laid an
egg since . . . at least she can still goose-step and she has struck
up a firm friendship with our last remaining chook (read chicken
if you are in N.America). Both of them have a topknot.
She brings anything lost or hurt home . . . the last thing we
needed was a Billy goat kid, cute though.
to look at, they are now in ever increasing numbers and very
destructive to fences.
had black and white twins.
She was very protective of them and led then away as soon as she
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what a sweet bunch of critters! (except maybe that roo!)ReplyDelete
You do have some sweet critters, Arija! They do bring so much love and pleasure to our lives!! I've always loved the roos, but then I never had to live with them running loose!! Hope you have a good week, my friend!ReplyDelete
Very nice post, I love all the critters. The goat is cute and I love the kangaroo. Wonderful photos.ReplyDelete
Great post!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.ReplyDelete
You are surrounded by a wonderful menagerie.ReplyDelete
Great captures of animals in the farm field.ReplyDelete
I liked strolling the farm with you, Arija. What cute twins the black sheep has!ReplyDelete
Your farm looks lovely and green, quite different from those terrible drought years.ReplyDelete
What lovely critters - even the roo, but sorry to hear they are too destructive.ReplyDelete
Lovely animals! So there's a goose and chook romance going on! Animals always find ways to get partners. That brown cow is a real beauty. I love those deep brown, almost black colours. The billy goat Is very adorable.ReplyDelete
Thanks for your comment. These photos were taken some years ago. Whenever I am in Cooktown I go to Cook's Landing, so it became part of my world.
what a menagerieReplyDelete
we love our local critters too
My favorite is the goat among the variety of cute critters around you. He is so adorable. Interaction with animals has a way of healing. I love your softy granddaughter. Have happy days ahead.ReplyDelete
Hi there - bit of a mixed bag there - all kinds of everything!ReplyDelete
Shame the old Roos do so much damage - still have not really got used to see them.
Cheers - Stewart M
Lovely animals! Made me think of Skippy TV-series that I watched in childhood.ReplyDelete
Great variety here. I like the billy goat. :)ReplyDelete
I just wanna say: You have a wonderful blog!ReplyDelete
What a great post about all your farm friends. I enjoyed this very much.ReplyDelete
You have some wonderful friends.ReplyDelete
Ken Schneider firstname.lastname@example.org to meReplyDelete
Thank you, Arija!
You must have plenty of room in your back yard!